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I have a Homelite PM-00376 chainsaw. It has recently been brought back from the dead by a friend after my father in law put it out of comission. I don't remember the fuel/oil mix ratio for this model. I was looking for a free manual download online with no success. Where can I find a manual for this model for free or cheap? Thanks in advance for any help!

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Fuel:Oil ratio is 25:1

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TOOLS: #2 Philips Screwdriver, Wire Cutters, Soldering Iron, Desolder wick (with Rosin), Rosin Core Solder, Replacement parts (will be determined after disassembly).

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There are 2 major boards that will be front and center inside your TV. On the left we have the SMPS... this is where we will be working. So, we need to remove the shield cover to get to it.

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Now that we have the cover off, we are able to take a closer look and locate the faulty parts. Have a look at the upper right corner of the SMPS (Switch Mode Power Supply). You will see a cable going over to the main board on the right... in this area you will find the problem.

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